The most expensive house in the United States is on the market, and boy, is it a doozy! Ringing in at a modest $250 million, the 38,000-square-foot Bel Air, CA, mansion comprises 12 bedrooms and 21 (yes, 21) bathrooms. Decked out with 135 art installations and $30 million worth of luxury cars, the gargantuan residence practically oozes luxury. Over-the-top amenities include a four-lane bowling alley, a sprawling infinity pool with a pop-up movie screen, a helicopter, and not one but two wine cellars — because the more, the merrier, am I right?
Just when we thought it couldn't get much more extra than that, we learned that this place houses the largest indoor TV of any residential home, coming in at 24 feet wide. So it's basically like a movie-theater-sized TV screen. Not to mention a section of the residence just casually has 26 tubes of candy, because why not. You just have to see this opulent house to believe it, so watch the Open House TV video above if you want your jaw to drop at its grandeur.